Friday, April 17, 2009

The Hypocrisy Of Dope

My good buddy Scott Walker, unable to find a reputable place to have his views expressed, had an aide write an press release emailed to Charlie Sykes. You can tell someone other than Walker wrote it because there aren't the usual number of spelling errors.

In said email, Walker keeps his perpetual run for governor going by attacking Governor Jim Doyle.
The hypocrisy is so thick that you could cut it with a knife.

Walker attacks Doyle for taking stimulus dollars, on the very same day that Dan Bice of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel points out that he boldly lied to potential campaign donors by saying he didn't apply for them even though he did.

Walker also attack Doyle on the loss of jobs in the state. I seem to remember that about a little more than a year ago, Walker was bragging about how his tax freeze approach would save jobs, and then Miller Brewing left town. Miller officials stated point blank that taxes were not an issue.

In Walker's final triumph of hypocrisy, he bemoans Doyle not doing enough to help keep business here and keeping jobs in the community. Perhaps if Walker wasn't so busy campaigning, and had someone to help explain the big words to him, he would have noticed this piece by Tim Sullivan, the president of Bucyrus International asking for KRM and an efficient local mass transit system, something which Walker has vowed himself to be against.

Anyone that has read me here, at Cog Dis or at folkbum's, knows that I am well versed in all of Walker's hypocrisies. But the part that scares me are the twits in the comment thread that are accepting these lies without hesitation.

Cross posted at Cog Dis.

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